Mountain Jam Isn't Coming Back to Hunter Mountain This Year

After 14 years, the beloved Hudson Valley music festival finds a new home.

 

2019’s only just begun and we’re already bringing you a bit of bad news: Mountain Jam isn’t coming back to Hunter Mountain this year.

Hunter Mountain announced in a Facebook post on February 1 that “the organizers of Mountain Jam, which is now under new ownership, informed us that after 14 years the festival will not take place at Hunter Mountain in 2019.”

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The festival’s website simply has a note stating more info is to come and, as of this morning, information, photos, and other media from previous years are no longer available. Mountain Jam’s social pages present a similar message: “Stay tuned Jammers … 2019 lineup + info coming soon!”

Over the last 14 years, the music festival brought tens of thousands of music fans to Greene County to see groundbreaking acts like alt-J, the Black Keys, and even the Allman Brothers Band in 2014. This would have been the event’s 15-year anniversary at Hunter.

 

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“While we are disappointed to see the festival move, we would like to extend our most sincere gratitude to the many supporters who made Hunter Mountain a successful Mountain Jam venue for more than a decade, including our loyal customers, the Town of Hunter and Greene County,” reads Hunter Mountain’s February 1 announcement.


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